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Steel on the Bottom: Great Lakes Shipwrecks

$16.95
Steel on the Bottom: Great Lakes Shipwrecks

ISBN: 978-1892384355
Condition: New
Binding: Trade Paperback
Book Size: 5.5 x 8.5"
Pages: 215
Publisher: Avery Color Studios
Publish Place: Gwinn, MI
Publish Date:

A strong steel hull is no guarantee of safety or longevity on the Great Lakes as Steel on the Bottom proves beyond a doubt. Storm, collision and human folly all played a role in sending these big steel ships thundering to the bottom of the lakes where they quietly disintegrate into nothing. Steel on the Bottom tells the dramatic stories of eight Great Lakes steel shipwrecks; how they and their crews lived and died. Some ships like the "Carl D. Bradley," "Cedarville" and "Prins Willem" are well known disasters. The "Monrovia," "Pere Marquette 18," "John H. McKerchey," "Henry Steinbrenner" and "Arlington" are not as well known.

Other books by Frederick Stonehouse:
Great Lakes Lighthouse Tales
Great Lakes Lighthouse Tales
Lake Superior's Shipwreck Coast
Lake Superior's Shipwreck Coast
Went Missing Redux:  Unsolved Great Lakes Shipwrecks
Went Missing Redux: Unsolved Great Lakes Shipwrecks

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